Kenny Churchill

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Kenny Churchill
Medal record
Competitor for  United Kingdom
Men's athletics
Paralympic Games
Gold 1996 Atlanta Javelin throw F36
Gold 2000 Sydney Javelin throw F36
Gold 2004 Athens Javelin throw F36
Bronze 1992 Barcelona Javelin throw F36
Bronze 1996 Atlanta Shot put F36

Kenny Churchill (born 10 May 1975) is a British athlete who competes in the javelin throw and shot put in the F37 category of Paralympic events. He is a member of Durham AC.

He has competed in five Summer Paralympics, winning a bronze in 1992 in Barcelona and gold in 1996 in Atlanta, 2000 in Sydney a 2004 in Athens setting a new world record with a throw of 48.09 in the javelin.[1] He won bronze in shot put in 1996 and finished in 6th place in javelin at the 2008 Paralympics. He also won gold at the International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championships of 2002, and silver at the 2006 edition of the same Games.[2]

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